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were honored today maureen kelly gives us the sights and sounds. >> it is great. we are celebrating all of our soldiers. >> i could not be able to just not come out and show my support. >> one of the veterans we would probably not have our freedom. >> i'm here representing my grandfather. he gave his life for this country. >> very touching. if we never forgot the ones our fallen heroes. >> thank-you, your love is appreciated. >> i have a daughter who is in the military. and being in vietnam the way that it was was kind of tough. everybody came back and i am glad that the guys now are getting more honor, respect. >> i have friends over there right now. it just keep praying for them and keep the support of because they need it. it feels good to come back to this. we have the people behind us. >> the veteran state team coverage continues as a good san francisco. with michael confirm what the day means for bay area veterans helicopters, boats and other military branches flooded market street for the san francisco veterans day parade. beyond the loud noise, the cool helicopter and a spectacl
. petraeus was scheduled to testify this week on the attack of the u.s. consulate in libya. now, his deputy will appear. catherine heenan, kron 4. >> 29 people do not have homes right now this is on in habitable because of this blast in indianapolis. homes will have to be demolished and this fire was in 4 homes that was in this area. it spread to other areas. you can see how far reaching the damages into a middle-class neighborhoods. people even have to show identification to get into the neighborhoods of the configure out what is left of their belongings. the owner of one of the homes set that she had have been having problems with performance. the utility company in indianapolis says that there was not called about the firmness but there was a high amount of gas consumed in the area of the blast right before the explosion. investigators are working but as of right now there is still no cause of the blast. new york city mayor michael bloomberg has announced a $500 million emergency plan for critical repair is the money will go to fix public schools and hospitals damaged by super show warm
. but some pluses to not have heat. phillipe djegal gives us a look at some haute classroom still do not have see. >> some of those glasses to not have heat. >> other hard-hit areas, some of those classrooms to not have heat. they are sifting through the damage devastation. >> it is going to be a long term art recovery response effort and we plan on being there every step of the day. >> the san francisco of the bay area thinks that the disaster relief coordinator was thinking that they would get to new jersey on friday. that could be 2-3 weeks on- site. >> we maintain a number of mobile heating units and volunteers that are always on standby in case of a disaster. >> they are providing food, water and other essentials to the survivors and 17 locations in new york city. >> this is the canteen. >> yes >> this is a stocked kitchen. >> pretty much. >> this lady is saying that we are feeding 100,000 people per day with these canteens. food trucks. >> with a six-burner stove and a confection of and that allows us to provide a lot of food and a quick amount of time. triple wash sink. food safety is
certainly do not want to use these resources. >> diminished capacity cutting back on the border patrol and walnut creek. also if you were stuck in traffic in the east bay this is why. >> we're completely blocked by a semi >> of the 680 blog. >> and posters have a good news for proposition 34. >> this is the first time we've seen for repealing the death penalty. >> it is known for a out of control drunk rawl said. walnut creek will soon do away with the patrols in the downtown area. in fact they could be doing more jeff bush has more with what the could be more. jeff? the mother has been 89 arrests for fighting. a group of five officers has been to indicate to the downtown officers but they are going away soon to the patrol division let me show you a video. you can see on this you tube video 5-tanned men were fighting and a street fight. five-10 of these-men. these officers are going back to the patrol division soon because of staffing in >> this is a result of retirement, injuries, were transferring. we have had to pull from special assignments to cover patrol. patrol is a were primary
of our voting population >> for those people have not used an absentee ballot those must be taken to a polling place. them with just three days and several initiatives on the california ballot it could come down to undecided voters. dan kerman has the latest on proposition 34. if that would pass to be propelling the death penalty. >> death row could shut its doors for good. the new field poll shows of the majority of californians favor proposition 34 which would repeal the death penalty in favor of life in prison without the possibility of parole. the 45 percent would vote " yes ". and 48 percent oppose. 17 are undecided. that is a significant increase from people in the month of september toward when a " yes " voters were trailing by 24-22%. the di camillo.. >> usually when the lights are crossing it is from the yes over to the no side. as they learn more and in this particular initiative which is somewhat unique. it is moving the other way. they are learning more about the initiative and seymour to followed by saying yes. >> changing attitudes of what will cost the state less mo
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